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English translation of 'armonizar'

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armonizar

Verb Table transitive verb
(Music) to harmonize
[diferencias] to reconcile
Verb Table intransitive verb
(Music) to harmonize (con with)
armonizar con (avenirse) to harmonize or be in keeping with; [colores] to tone in with

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Example Sentences Including 'armonizar'

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-De donde se deduce, que basta con armonizar el pensamiento con la lengua.
Juan García Hortelano Gramática parda
Las medidas tomadas para armonizar el Sistema Monetario Europeo saltaron por los aires hace ya un año.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Pero se había quedado sin un piloto de primera línea, con experiencia suficiente para poder dar las indicaciones que ayudaran a armonizar el chasis y el motor Peugeot.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Por ello, hay que armonizar las distintas legislaciones nacionales en esta materia.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Que el verdadero triunfador es, en efecto, aquel que conslgue armonizar sus deseos entre el trabaj o y el placer de vivir.
Francisco Gavilán Los ejecupijos

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In Common Usage. armonizar is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'armonizar' in Other Languages

British English: harmonize VERB
If two or more things harmonize with each other, they fit in well with each other.
...slabs of pink and beige stone that harmonize with the carpet.

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Translation of armonizar from the Collins Spanish to English
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